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Visual impairments are more common in the developing world due to quality of water, sanitation and nutrition, the availability of health care and basic medicines. Often simple interventions bring a large increase in quality of life.
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Professor Colin Cook

Ophthalmologist, Senior Medical Adviser

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Native Zimbabwean ophthalmologist Professor Colin Cook has worked for CBM since 1996.

He is currently head of the division of ophthalmology at University of Cape Town, with oversight of the clinical service delivery, teaching, and research undertaken by the division.

He is also eye care advisor to CBM for the Southern Africa region. Before taking up his current post as part of Groote Schuur Hospital Vision 2020 Project, SA, Colin worked as an ophthalmologist at Edendale Hospital in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

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